Adorable Soccer Man Juan Mata Has The Most Adorable Blog

Just looking at Juan Mata gives the impression that you're looking into the eyes of the sweetest, most helpful librarian who just oh-by-the-way happens to be a phenomenal soccer player. His slight build, his boyish face paradoxically covered with a lumberjack's stubble, his impressive command of English, and the… » 3/30/15 5:23pm Monday 5:23pm

Ten Mid-Majority Posts You Must Read Before The Site Dies In 7 Hours

Mid-major basketball maven Kyle Whelliston is shuttering The Mid-Majority tonight after ten years of operation, and deleting the site's entire content. It's been the home of some of the best college basketball writing around, and if you haven't had the chance to ever check it out, the clock is ticking. Here's ten… » 3/31/14 11:21am 3/31/14 11:21am

Memphis's GM Got The Idea To Sign Gilbert Arenas From A Blog Post

Memphis GM Chris Wallace said on the air that the idea to add Agent Zero came to him after being handed (a paper copy of?) this post on 3 Shades Of Blue, pushing Arenas as a veteran postseason presence. The reasoning? He's young, he's a good guy, fans love him, and most importantly, he's said it wouldn't take much to… » 3/22/12 3:00pm 3/22/12 3:00pm

Utah Jazz: Karl Malone Is A "Giant Pain In The Ass, But He's Our Pain…

In his latest blog entry, Greg Miller, the self proclaimed "used car salesman turned Utah Jazz CEO" filled in his readers on what appears to be something of a mantra inside the Jazz organization. » 2/04/12 11:50am 2/04/12 11:50am

Columnist Wants Bloggers To Pay For Access

If bloggers want to be in the press box, they should have to put up a $10,000 bond to cover any libel violations. Or, you know, don't credential independent hacks with Wordpress sites who are liable to libel. [Globe and Mail] » 9/15/10 11:15am 9/15/10 11:15am

Tackling The Blogging Double Standard

A mere blogger dared to raise the steroid question last year, and the mainstream media excoriated him. A newspaper editor did the same thing, and nary a peep outside the blogosphere. Finally, Jerod Morris weighs in with his take. » 8/25/10 12:50pm 8/25/10 12:50pm

Window On The NCAA Slams Shut, After Blogger Is Outed As Compliance…

For the better part of a year, the Bylaw Blog gave a look inside the NCAA's arcane rules for punishing programs. Two weeks ago, the anonymous author was revealed as a D-I school's compliance officer, and promptly shut it down. » 8/03/10 11:45am 8/03/10 11:45am

The Nonexistent Fan Advocate's Dilemma

Andrew Feinsten pens a column for SB Nation about the identity crisis suffered by many bloggers in this ever-changing world of new media. Specifically: what is he? » 2/10/10 7:54pm 2/10/10 7:54pm

The Learning Curve: Hockey World Blog

This segment is called "The Learning Curve" where you, young blog proprietor, will get a link to your new site on Deadspin. Any and all questions you may have about being a successful blogger will (hopefully) be answered. » 10/06/09 6:00pm 10/06/09 6:00pm

The Learning Curve: The Other Fifteen

This segment is called "The Learning Curve" where you, young blog proprietor, will get a link to your new site on Deadspin. Any and all questions you may have about being a successful blogger will (hopefully) be answered. » 9/22/09 4:00pm 9/22/09 4:00pm

When Is A Blog Not A Blog?

We can all agree that new media is rapidly taking down the mainstream media on almost every subject. But there's a good argument to be made that sports is the one slice of the media pie that's surviving. Why? » 7/19/09 6:30pm 7/19/09 6:30pm

Want A NASCAR Press Pass? Start A Blog!

Welcome to the world of the media elite, you so-called NASCAR Citizen Journalists Media Group. No cheering in the press box, no asking for autographs, no photos with the drivers, and be careful around the professionals. They might bite. » 7/18/09 11:30am 7/18/09 11:30am

You Know What, Stu Scott, I Don't Believe You

For a person who goes on record that he "doesn't read blogs" I find this statement deceptive and wrong. But, hey, holla and all that. [TerezOwens] » 7/16/09 10:00am 7/16/09 10:00am

Rick Morrissey Uses Dead Baseball Scribe As A Soapbox For Blog Rant

Here's a thoroughly obnoxious column by the Chicago Tribune's Rick Morrissey in which he picks up the corpse of Jerome Holtzman and swings it in the general direction of — what else? — the blogosphere. » 7/14/09 5:15pm 7/14/09 5:15pm

Fake Ben Roethlisberger Has Internet Cancer

Terrible news, everybody. The cyber weirdo who is trolling the internet pretending to be Ben Roethlisberger has imaginary cancer. There's a PayPal link below where you can help send him an virtual bouquet of AOL sign-up CDs. » 5/21/09 3:00pm 5/21/09 3:00pm